Better Luck Next Time, Chuck

With the recent string of raunchy comedies that have infiltrated theatres, including 40-Year Old Virgin, Wedding Crashers, Knocked Up, and Superbad, Good Luck Chuck attempts to follow lead and falls frighteningly behind the front runners. The premise for the film is promising enough: Chuck Logan (Dane Cook) is a successful dentist who has been cursed to a life of bachelorhood because every woman he (rarely) loves and (always) sleeps with is destined to marry the next guy after him. Charlie’s obnoxious best friend, Stu (Dan Fogler), encourages the curse for the “good of all women” (aww thanks so much Stu, we apreciate the thought).

No One Belongs Here More Than You

As someone who just switched majors from English to psychology, I now depend on my friends to suggest good, occassionally even great, books to read. Not to say that dead white Russian authors aren’t my cup of tea, because they are, but like I said, I just switched majors and I’m trading in my cup of tea for a grande dulce de leche latte (hold the whipped crème please).